Walk for Friendship raises awareness of Aboriginal friendship centres – Fort McMurray Today

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Walk for Friendship raises awareness of Aboriginal friendship centres – Fort McMurray Today

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015294 Views

June 17, 2015

Representatives of the Nistawoyou Association Friendship Centre went on a Walk for Friendship downtown Wednesday.

Executive director Flora Connors said that the Walk for Friendship Centres, which used to be known as the National Friendship Walk, promotes the presence of Aboriginal friendship centres.

“That is to raise awareness of the existence of the Friendship Centre in the community as well as our programming,” she said.

Walkers held signs reading “Help support missing/murdered aboriginal women” and “stop the discrimination,” as well as handed out pamphlets for the Moose Hide Campaign, which is for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal men to take a stand against violence towards Aboriginal women and children.

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